The Loft Photography Studio Rental

Natural Light Bright and Dreamy Studio Loft Perfect for Boudoir, Maternity, Newborn, Hair/Makeup, Meetings


The Loft is a natural light studio space located in Santa Clara, CA. It is available for rent to creative professionals- photographers, hair/makeup artists, videographers, and other professionals- for use as a creative studio or meeting space.

Please note all bookings must meet the 4 hour minimum. Half day time slots are 9-1 or 2-6. Located in an historic building near Santa Clara University, The Loft is available for rent by the hour/half day/full day on a per-use basis.

-Approximately 1200 square feet

-Bamboo hardwood floors

-Lots of natural light through large windows covered in sheers

-White walls to increase light reflection

-Meeting space with antique couches

-Bedroom set for boudoir/maternity photography

-Antique vanity/large mirror for hair/makeup styling

-Changing area with wardrobe rack

-Restrooms-men/women’s communal shared with the building

-AC/heat unit



-Rental times are available from 9am-6pm

-Half Day rentals are offered at time slots of either 9am-1pm or 2pm-6pm



Does the studio have WIFI?

Unfortunately we do not offer WIFI. The city of Santa Clara does put out a complimentary WIFI signal which can be picked up on occasion, but the signal is not reliable.

-Can I bring lighting equipment, backdrops, or other larger equipment?

Yes. You may bring whatever you need for your shoot, just ensure that you take proper precautions to ensure no damage is incurred to the studio.

-Is there an elevator?

We are located on the second story. There is unfortunately no elevator.

-What is the maximum number of people permitted?

Rental rates are based on a maximum of 6 people on the premises at once. For larger groups please inquire with your needs for availability/rates.

-How does the natural light change throughout the day?

The most even natural light occurs between 9am-2pm. In the morning the light is plentiful but is indirect and diffused. Around 2pm, the light is direct and does create window projections on the floor in front of the shooting space. Please plan accordingly.